An invisible king, a princess, a well and ravens - a modern fairy tale by Eva Weggelaar
He took her ring and bound her to her human form, vowing to be faithful... - a Dutch legend
Two giants haunt the land robbing and killing in search of the key to happiness - but only one of them finds it. A Dutch legend.
A little girl goes into the woods with her toy rabbit and meets the Snowdrop Lady, who announces spring and gives them an important task —a children's story by Eva Weggelaar.
He watched the white hare race across the field and though he had tried to forget, still he remembered the legend that told of women who changed into hares... - a short story by Eva Weggelaar
A Dutch legend: "Near the mounds, in the mists of autumn you'll find them, the White Women, wrapped in their veils of fog."
'We depend on their memory, and when they cease to tell even our stories we will be no more than ghosts...' - a fairy tale loosely based on the myth of Psyche & Cupid by Eva Weggelaar
A Dutch legend about fishers and farmers along the coast of the Low Countries who were not required to pay taxes to the Franks but had to ferry the souls of the dead to the island of Brittia instead.
It started to snow as the village turned red and green in honor of winter’s feasts. For the past nine years, she had been waiting for something to happen... - a short story by Eva Weggelaar
A story about midwinter, the longest night of the year, and the little girl who is taken to the yuletide feast in the forest by her toy rabbit - a children's story by Eva Weggelaar
An introduction to Dutch artist and writer Gust van de Wall Perné, his legends of the Veluwe and the area in the Netherlands that inspired his work.
In life, she refused to touch the ground. After death, the ground refused to take her. This is a Dutch legend of the Veluwe.
The tale of Glowing Gerrit: love, murder and a haunted land - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
He told her he would come for her after the harvest, and even death couldn't stop him - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
A ship is sailing across the dark sea...or is it? Visions and foresight - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
A small ship sailing across the suddenly rough sea is visited by the devil - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
During a dark, starry night, a man has a vision of a military camp and a funeral - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
The Wild Hunter of the Netherlands, storming and raging across the Fallow Lands - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
How a goblin came to marry Echo, whom you can still ask questions even now - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
The tale of a skinner, who drives around in his dogcart to collect dead horses, two murderers and a bewitched horse - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
Traces of the Norns in the Netherlands: a hollow tree near the village of Hoog Soeren, where the White Lady sits at her spinning wheel - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
Suddenly, they were there: three giants. The trees they planted still guard the land, but then, they were planted by giants - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
How the marriage between Froh and Gerda ended winter - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
In which an old man recalls the peculiar and magical tales of long, long ago - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
When giants roamed the land, and the god Thunar was indirectly responsible for the creation of two hills - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
How the water spirits once took the life of a lonely rider, and still try to lure people down into the depths even now - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
Coarse giants, subjects of the powerful Winter Giant, have begun their battle against the Gods of Summer as the mists of autumn draw across the forest - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe.
A reckless lad taunts the evil spirit Osschaert, gets punished for his mockery, and is saved by a brave horse - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
The murderous innkeeper of Nunspeet, whose ghost haunts the place where he was hanged - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe
Two stories about Sol's Hollow, an unwholesome place, haunted by evil monks and a brutal murderer - two Dutch legends of the Veluwe
Long, long ago, she lost her home and her beloved knight and sought refuge with her foster mother at Staverden. Now, she haunts the grounds of the Peacock Castle - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe.
In which a dragon threatens an entire province and the son of a Lord is in love with a fair maiden, but needs to prove his courage to the world before the marriage - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe.